Can someone explain "unaudited earnings" asterisk in HubPages Ad Program stats?
When will it go away, and how do they resolve it? Thanks a bunch!
Unaudited earnings refer to an earnings estimate that has to be verified by HubPages. Usually, it's an estimated earnings figure that needs to be checked to make sure that it was accrued legitimately. Usually, when you check back the next day or two, you'd see the asterisk removed once everything was ok.
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